CSIRO goes to market for $4m petaflop supercomputer

Bragg Cluster

To replace 472.5 gigaflop BRAGG cluster.

The CSIRO is on the hunt for a $4 million 1 petaflop supercomputer to replace its existing BRAGG high performance compute cluster.

The new system, which is scheduled to go live by May 30 next year, will be located at the CSIRO data centre in Canberra and operated by the agency’s accelerated computing service.

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